Ecotourism on the Gold Coast
The "coast with the most" offers not only the experience of pristine, sandy beaches; it also provides an opportunity for you and the family to appreciate Australia’s most renowned ecotourism destinations. Hike through untouched forests, or watch whales frolic near an island. At Pacific Plaza Apartments, we invite you to take pleasure in the Gold Coast’s matchless blessings.
Here are some of the favorite ecotourism destinations that you can visit from our Gold Coast family accommodation:
Lamington National Park - After a day at the beach near our cheap accommodation in Surfers Paradise, you can enjoy a change in scenery, and explore 20,600 hectares of valleys and green hills covered by rainforest. Bushwalkers of all ages can discover a collection of birds and caves in this park in the Binna Burra and Green Mountains.
Mt. Barney National Park - Explore forests complimented by the scent of Eucalyptus, waterfalls, and a diversity of rare plants.
Springbrook National Park - A mere 40 km from our elegant yet cheap apartments in Surfers Paradise is the perfect sport for a family picnic - a park teeming with breathtaking vegetation and wildlife. You can also take in the wonderful views of Tweed Valley and Surfers Paradise from lookout points. Springbrook National Park is a remnant part of an extinct volcano, Mt. Warning, which is the highest peak in the area.
Numinbah Valley - Also accessible from our Surfers Paradise Apartments is the valley renowned for its natural bridge with waterfall. You can also visit a cave that at night is illuminated by “Glow worms” - fireflies that are always glowing.
Tambourine National Park - With its unequaled views and the finest sunsets in the Gold Coat, Mt. Tamborine is a favorite destination among guests in our cheap apartments Surfers Paradise. You can also have romantic trek or dinner with your date at the rustic restaurants and cafes in a town at the top of Mt. Tamborine.
North & South Stradbroke Island - Take your pick between two parts of an island that has been split by a cyclone. From North Stradbroke, you can watch whales and dolphins by the shore. Or go camping near freshwater lakes filtered by clean white sand. There are also some restaurants and small shops in this one-of-a-kind tourist destination.
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